Anel Flores was born in Mexico City, Mexico. In 2019, she launched Stereonashville, a bilingual digital platform that uses channels like Facebook and YouTube to share everyday information with the Hispanic community, helping bridge the language barrier often preventing Hispanics from staying informed. Stereonashville has succeeded at connecting English and Spanish communities, supporting a variety of local causes including the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO), helping promote campaigns like Operation Incognito, Real ID and the new Hands Free Law.
Anel holds a degree in Communications and Public Relations, with an emphasis in Digital Marketing, from Universidad Latinoamericana, in México City. Her professional work includes serving as the Chief Editor of International News for TV Azteca, a major television network and multimedia conglomerate owned by Grupo Salinas. It is the second-largest mass media company in Mexico after Televisa.
This year (2019), Anel Flores and Stereo Nashville received the THSO Director's Award; and the NAHCC "Spirit in Entrepreneurship Award" during the organization's 15th Annual Business & Community Excellence Ceremony in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month last October 15.